We’re so close to the start of the 2018 NFL season you can actually smell it in the air and every gambler across America is starting to think about how to play their precious bankrolls. Many people want to either bet on the New England Patriots because they’re their favorite team, or they want to bet against them because they hate them. However, regardless of which side you’re on you’ll need to know how to bet on the 2018 Pats and which wagers are currently available to you – and this year there can be some excellent value in full season props.
We’ll start with one of the more surprising New England offerings which can be found at the BetOnline Sportsbook , who has put them at +400 to finish with the best regular season record, basically saying that they think they’re the best team in the league. They’re followed closely by the Eagles and Steelers who each sit at +700 to finish at the top of the standings. It should come to nobody’s surprise that the Buffalo Bills are the longest shot on the board at +20,000.
Now the Patriots should absolutely finish in December as one of the best in 2018, but the ultimate record in all of football might be hard. That said, the MyBookie Sportsbook currently has the over/under on New England wins in 2018 at 11, so that might just do it. They also have the Pats currently at +140 to win the AFC, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers at +380, and the Jacksonville Jaguars at +650…no one else is even close.
It might only be August, but the oddsmakers over at “MB” are so high on New England that they think they’re going to win the 2018 Super Bowl and have booked them at +400 to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. Take this number with a grain of salt because they currently have the Eagles right behind them to repeat at +750, which doesn’t look likely at this point.
The futures wagers at MyBookie then get absolutely nutty as they offer another bet on Donald Trump, this time asking if Tom Brady will publicly voice support for him during the 2018-19 season, with the “Yes” paying +600, which is way too low. The eye-rolling jokes continue with the traders’ next posted prop of “Will Tom Brady publicly admit Giselle wears the pants in the family”, paying a minuscule +200 for the “Yes”.
Not even the coach is off limits with these jokers, and they offer a “Will Bill Belichick smile during an on-field interview?” prop wager, with the “Yes” only paying out +160. They also clarify that a grimace doesn’t count and that he must show his teeth. Unbelievable.
So if you want to get involved in this crazy betting action for the Patriots 2018 season, go sign up for an account at MyBookie today and get your money down on the most ridiculous NFL prop wagers in the country. And remember: grimaces don’t count…
***All odds correct as of August 28, 2018.***